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Robert Southwell, S.J. and the Mission of Literature, 1561-1595: Writing Reconciliation [Hardcover]

Scott R Pilarz


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2 Jun 2004
Pilarz looks at the poet, priest, and martyr in light of new historiography that complicates previous understandings of denominational affiliations during Elizabeth's reign. He finds reconciliation to be the central theme of his poetry and other writing, and cites examples of his efforts to reconcil

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Southwell's desire to claim or construct a center by promoting reconciliation initially resulted from affection for a family that presented symptoms of falling apart. Read the first page
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